The Centre's Membership is comprised of individuals from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who share an interest in keeping up to date with developments in EU law and European Human Rights law.
The Irish Centre for European Law is based in Trinity College Dublin. It was founded in1988 by Senator Mary Robinson S.C. (as she then was) who served as the Centre's first Director prior to becoming President of Ireland.
Ireland-Northern Ireland Protocol to the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Conference – POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The ICEL and the School of Law in Queen’s University Belfast are delighted to announce an all-day conference to be held on 24 April 2020 on the Ireland-Northern Ireland Protocol to the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement. The conference will feature an impressive range of speakers who…